Portrait of Oliver Caswell and Laura Bridgman reading embossed letters from a book. Lithograph by W. Sharp, 1844, after A. Fisher. Iconographic Collections Keywords: Alanson Fisher; Reading; W. Sharp; Books; Bouvé & Sharp.; Laura Bridgman; Oliver Caswell; ic; BOOK; blindeness
Daily Thoughts 09/28/2016
I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
I finished reading The Span of Empire by Eric Flint and David Carrico this morning. It was the third part of a series.
I enjoyed reading part of Angel Catbird as well. There is a lot of tongue in cheek humor. I like the character, Count Catula. The evil villain is the boss rat. The costumes for the characters look like they could have come out of cosplay from a science fiction convention. Also, the book is full of house cat facts which adds to the story.
I checked the displays and the gift books today.
I spent some time talking about programs today with people.
I finished writing my Arts Alive Grant 2017 for a writing workshop.
There is a Beginning Wordpress class tonight from 5;30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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